(*) Under certain conditions, it is theoretically possible that DEAE (or related compounds) in boiler water may be converted to nitrosamines
, which are suspected human carcinogens.
The Bralys argued that Copenhagen is far richer than any other consumer product in nitrosamines
, extremely potent carcinogens that have caused cancer--including tongue cancer--in about 40 separate species of laboratory animals.
are among the most toxic and carcinogenic chemical compounds known.
People with low CYP2A6 activity also seem to have a reduced risk for lung, gastric, oral, and colorectal cancers, because CYP2A6 is known to activate procarcinogen nitrosamines
and other compounds in cigarette smoke into carcinogens.
Attributes: Natural, renewable resources, mildness, nonirritating, reduce irritation from traditional anionic surfactants, inherently biodegradable and free from dioxane, ethylene oxide and nitrosamine
The controller features in-line electronic flow sensors, a convenient digital display with added controls and functionality, a narrow footprint, and an embedded nitrosamine
option control for the 255 NCD.
Governments in Europe and North America recommend that manufacturers of baby-bottle nipples and other products for infants restrict nitrosamine
They also readily acknowledge that no studies exist yet showing a connection between lower nitrosamine
levels in tobacco products and reduced health risk.
Since food producers began adding the antioxidant vitamins C and E to some processed products, nitrosamine
levels have been reduced markedly.